• Give your gas analysis requirements the 'green light'

Gas Detection

Give your gas analysis requirements the 'green light'

Jun 03 2019

The Rapidox 5100 portable multigas analyser, from Cambridge Sensotec, may look different, but it is still the same high specification instrument that you have come to rely on. Whether your application is biogas or syngas, the Rapidox 5100 can control and monitor gas from your fingertips. 

As summer 2019 approaches, it is time to say goodbye to the old grey fascia. Cambridge Sensotec have given the analyser a more vibrant, contemporary green colour which will stand out from the crowd, whether in the laboratory or out in the field.

Despite the aesthetic changes, the analyser still possesses the technology and user-friendly enhancements you expect from Cambridge Sensotec products. It can measure up to 6 gases simultaneously, thanks to the built-in range of high precision gas sensors. This allows the user to have more flexibility when measuring gas in their chosen application. Also, the technology in each sensor is specially designed to avoid cross interference with the background process gas; making it perfect for applications such as anaerobic digestion or fermentation processes.    

In support of biogas and syngas analysis, there are other gases that can be measured such as: CO2, CO, H2O, O2, C2H4, SO2, CH4, H2 and H2S. Rapidox 5100 includes a full colour touch screen, permanent or sampling modes, 12 months of data storage, bespoke sensor combinations and Excel compatible data logging downloadable via a USB memory stick.

One of the major features worth highlighting is the true portability of the analyser. The Rapidox 5100 is suitable for nearly every environment. The analyser is housed within a robust heavy-duty IP66 case, so you need not worry about taking it out into the field. As with all Cambridge Sensotec products, technology is not compromised either; full laboratory functionality and a thermal printer to provide on-site test results are built in.  

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